🌟 National Fentanyl Awareness Day 🌟

πŸ“… Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2024 πŸ•› Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm πŸ“ Location: New Day, Inc., 1724 Lampman Drive, Billings, MT. 59102 (Eagle’s Nest Building)

New Day, Inc. invites you to be a part of National Fentanyl Awareness Day, a pivotal event dedicated to shining a light on the dangers of Fentanyl and its impact on the opioid crisis. Join us as we come together as a community to empower and educate through:

✨ Narcan Administration Training – Save lives by learning how to reverse opioid overdoses. ✨ Educational Workshops – Dive into the world of addiction, understanding the dangers of Fentanyl, and discovering harm reduction strategies. ✨ Interactive Displays – Visualize the effects of Fentanyl on our bodies and communities. ✨ Inspiring Guest Speakers – Hear from those who’ve faced the opioid epidemic firsthand, including Stacy Zinn, Kim Edinger, and representatives from Millennium Health and Riverstone Health. ✨ Community Resource Fair – Connect with local organizations offering support and resources for substance use and mental health.

Who Should Attend: Everyone in the community, including staff, clients, and anyone interested in making a difference.

πŸ”Š Featured Speakers:

  • Stacy Zinn discusses state drug trafficking challenges.
  • Kim Edinger shares a personal story of loss to Fentanyl.
  • Millennium Health presents the latest regional drug trends.
  • Jayce Dyckman offers life-saving Narcan training.

🀝 Resource Fair: Local organizations, including the Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council and Probation and Parole, will share valuable resources. Interested in setting up a booth? RSVP now!

πŸ“ž Contact: Jessica Erickson at 406.545.4102 or jerickson@newdayranch.com

Why: It’s more than an event; it’s a movement to bring awareness to the Billings community about Fentanyl’s devastating impact.

🌈 Join us to learn, support, and be part of the solution in our fight against the opioid crisis.

#FentanylAwareness #CommunityHealth #NarcanSavesLives #BillingsMT #NewDayInc

ACT- Prime for Life (PFL)

  • Chemical Dependency Evaluation
  • 12 Hours of PFL classes per State Requirements
  • Monthly Monitoring upon completion of the 12 hours
  • Referral to level of treatment if meeting criteria OR have 2 or more DUIs
  • Contact: Admissions – Desiree Caldwell (406) 545-4254  dcaldwell@newdayranch.com 

Level 2.1 Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): Eagles Nest Healing Center (1724 Lampman Dr.)

  • Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders (SUD)
  • Female Drug Court IOP Group; Monday-Thursday 9-11am
  • Mixed Walk-In IOP Group; Monday-Thursday 9-11am
  • Male Drug Court IOP Group; Monday-Thursday 5-7pm
  • Male Walk-In IOP Group: Monday-Thursday 5-7pm
  • Contact: Admissions – Desiree Caldwell (406) 545-4254  dcaldwell@newdayranch.com 

Level 1.0 Continued Care: Relapse Prevention and After Care: 1726 Lampman

  • Female Continuing Care Group; Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-5pm
  • Male Continuing Care Group; Tuesdays and Thursdays 5-6pm
  • Contact: Admissions – Desiree Caldwell (406) 545-4254  dcaldwell@newdayranch.com 

Ancillary Services: Eagles Nest Healing Center (1724 Lampman Dr.)

  • Anger Management; Mondays 1-3pm
  • Seeking Safety; Tuesdays 11-1pm
  • Strengthening Communications for Relationships/Co-Parenting; Wednesdays 1-3pm
  • Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) Thinking Errors; Thursdays 11-1pm
  • Nurturing Parenting; Fridays 1-3pm
  • Contact: Admissions – Desiree Caldwell (406) 545-4254  dcaldwell@newdayranch.com 

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